shsalour
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Vlan in vSphere Environment

Is there anybody help me or introduce some documents for Vlaning Technics to put an identical vlan in DMZ in a Juniper firewall?

there are 5 virtual machines in a vsphere server in different vlans.
one of the servers should be located in DMZ zone of Juniper firewall & others in Trusted zones.

There is a CISCO 3850 switch between vSphere & Juniper firewall.

There is .1Q trunk link between vSphere server & Cisco switch & 5 different vlans are set up on 3850 switch.

Inter Vlan routing is enabled & vlans communicate with each other.

one of 3850 switch port is configured with an IP & connected to Juniper firewall port in Trusted port & is defined as the default route of switch.

How is it possible to connect the server whish should be in DMZ zone of Juniper firewall.

Thank you in advance.

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daphnissov
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This isn't a vSphere question it's a Juniper question. Better to ask in a Juniper forum or at least a physical networking one.

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shsalour
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Thanks for your information.

But the structure should be configured correctly from the main source which is ESXi then on cisco switch & after that on Juniper.

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daphnissov
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From ESXi's perspective, it doesn't matter as long as you're trunking the required VLANs down the uplinks. You connecting your L2 switch to your upstream Juniper has nothing to do with ESXi and, as I said, isn't in scope for this forum.

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